The First Three Chaos Experiments to Run on Windows

Simply turning on Windows fault-tolerant and high availability features is not enough to guarantee reliability.

Chaos Engineering provides a framework for teams to verify that Windows will perform as expected and uncover potential failures before they become outages.

This white paper covers how you can use Chaos Engineering to improve Windows reliability, as well as step-by-step tutorials on the first three Chaos Experiments to run on Windows.

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What’s inside?

In this guide, we cover:

  • An overview of Chaos Engineering and how you can leverage it to increase the reliability of your Windows systems
  • How to verify that Windows high availability, clustering, and replication features will work as intended
  • 3 step-by-step tutorials for running Chaos Experiments on Windows Server, Microsoft SQL Server, and Microsoft Exchange

Ensure that Windows will perform as expected by running Chaos Experiments.

This guide includes step-by-step tutorials for the first three Chaos Experiments to start with on Windows Server, Microsoft SQL Server and Microsoft Exchange.

By running Chaos Experiments on Windows, you’ll better understand how your infrastructure is operating, find weaknesses in your deployments, test the high availability systems you have in place, and improve your overall reliability.

Over a decade of collective experience unleashing chaos at companies like

  • Amazon
  • Netflix
  • SalesForce

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